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SARS Virus Tied to Animal Species; 'Relapse' in Toronto
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SARS Virus Tied to Animal Species; 'Relapse' in Toronto

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SARS Virus Tied to Animal Species; 'Relapse' in Toronto

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Toronto health officials investigate five possible new cases of sudden acute respiratory syndrome, and have quarantined about 20 health workers as a result. But there's also promising news about the possible source of SARS. A similar virus has been found in several types of animals in southern China. NPR's Richard Knox reports.

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